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How do I find defective RAM sectors and where? I have tried memtest, but where it does describe the sectors (if). And how to solve them exactly. First, i have tried this : https://thecomputerperson.wordpress.com/2015/04/20/how-to-block-out-or-map-out-bad-ram-in-windows/ but i don t think it's working cause I have written the wrong adresses.

Next thing, i will attach the memtest scrs. HERE

If I got them right(bad adresses from memtest), can you help me convert RAM to pages so I can block them properly in BCD?

Thank you.

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  • Memory does not have sectors, it has addresses, what your looking to do is confusing – Ramhound Jun 17 '18 at 21:23
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Stefan, I don't believe what you're trying to accomplish is possible on Windows (Linux, yes).

See this answer: https://superuser.com/a/421028/74099

... you cannot instruct windows in any way to not use certain memory addresses. The only way would be for Microsoft to patch the kernel for your case specifically. Unlikely.

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